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A PREVIEW OF RADIO CHART PREVIEWS

At Top 40, RCA’s Team Rothschild has Doja Cat's "Agora Hills" (Kemosabe) primed to take the #1 spot next week. They also have Justin Timberlake's "Selfish" joining the Top 15, while Interscope's Romano & Lopes squad moves Reneé Rapp's "Not My Fault" Top 20 and Warner's Chester & Reich troop have Benson Boone's "Beautiful Things" (Night Street) eyeing the Top 30. Debuting on the chart this week is Epic's Team Sackheim & Dimig with Eliza Rose x Calvin Harris' "Body Moving" and Marella's Capitol squad with Fletcher's "Lead Me On.”

At Rhythm, meanwhile, Davey Dee and Republic will have the new #1 with Nicki Minaj’s "Everybody" f/Lil Uzi Vert. Nino and Interscope will move inside the Top 5 with JID’s "Surround Sound" f/21 Savage & Baby Tate (DVille). Republic also has Drake’s "You broke My Heart" (XO) climbing inside the Top 10, as does Dixie and Capitol with Offset’s "Worth It" f/Don Toliver. RCA’s Lori and Inca welcome Chris Brown’s "Sensational" f/Davido & Lojay to the Top 10 and have Justin Timberlake’s "Selfish" quickly ascending to the Top 20. Dixie and Capitol have Ice Spice’s "Think U the Shit (Fart)" (10K Projects) racing inside the Top 25. Epic’s Sack and Dontay debut two records as Doe Boy’s "Way Too Long" and 21 Savage’s "redrum" both make their way to the chart.

And at Modern Rock, Columbia’s Lisa Sonkin gets a 17th week at #1 with blink-182’s super smash “ONE MORE TIME,” which is now tied for the fifth-longest #1 in the Alternative format’s history. Warner’s Rob Goldklang and Crush’s Garrett Capone quickly see Green Day’s “Dilemma” enter the Top 10, while Virgin’s Marisa DiFrisco gets a nice chart debut with The Maine’s “thoughts i have while lying in bed” f/Beach Weather.

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